The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland on March 3, 1947 · Page 6
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Hagerstown, Maryland
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Monday, March 3, 1947
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— Fgmnlc il _ AMAZING OFFER— We pay ~ou *25 for selling 50 boxes greeting cards. Sells for $1 — your profit up to 50c. Also gift and every-day cards, wrappings and stationery. Costs nothing 10 try. Write for samcles ?", approval today. MERIT. 70 wmiam St.. Dept. 180. Newark. AMAZING OFFER— We pay you $150 for selling 100 boxes 25 beautiful assorted All-Occasion cards. Sells for $1.00—your profit 60c. Free samples. It costs nothing to try Cheerful Card Co.. 1211 White Plains. N. Y CLERK-Stenographer. Local office requires experienced personable young lady for permanent position •with future. Write Box 189 c/o Herald-Mail. All replies confidential. EXPERIENCED PRESSERS on. LADIES' DRESSES Apply L'AIGLON APPAREL 22 N. Mulberry St. MAIDS WANTED Apply Housekeeper OAGMAR HOTEL GIRL FOR fountain work. Good salary. No night or Sunday work. Experience not necessary. Must be - : able to furnish good references. Apply Cauffman's Cut Rate 30 E Washington St. INDEPENDENT DISTRIBUTOR OR DEALER for one of ' America's finest waterless cook wear lines (not cast). Sensational demonstration plan; picture projector with sound track; plenty merchandise. Exclusive territory. Earnings highest in Company's history. Ex- perunced man preferred but not essential. Replies confidential. Give complete history in first letter Box 449S Iror>::J«md Station. Wash- mgton. D. C. NEW. novel way to make monev. Show 19 .-.ifferent $1.00 and 60c greeting card assortments—30c up Individual cards 2^c. Up to 100% profit. Bonus. Special offers Request feature All-Occasion assortment on approval and free personal stationery samples. New England Art Publishers. Box S North Abington. Mass. NURSE for Old People's Home. Apply.. Quincy U. B. Orphanage and Home. Quincy. Pa. Ph. Wavnes- boro936-R-31 WANTED—Rapic 1 Typist. Small office. Simple filing. Age 25 to 50 and- able to travel part time Write fully giving phone to Box ISO c/o Herald-Mail. CANTED—Secretary for manager's o/Tic>. Must be able to take dictation also relief on front office desk one day a week. Salary equal to prevailing rate*. Apply Anthonv Wayne Hotel. Waynesboro Pa WAITRESS wanted. Apply Maple- way GriH. 22 S. Potomac St. WAITRESSES wanted. Apply Uncl« _John s Cabin. Frederick street. WAITRESS Wanted. Apply Bent- _zel's. 44 Summit Ave. WANTED — Reliable woman for laundry. Small family. All conveniences. Write Box 194 c/o Herald -Mail. WOMAN dishwasher wanted. Apply Uncle John's Cabin. Frederick street. Hflp Wanted—.Hale XI BOYS WANTED —'Earn 52 nour' Sell name plates for houses. Write Mr Ward. Box 195. care of Herald- Mai!. BRICKLAYERS WANTED Pow-rhouse job. starting March 19 in Williamsport. Md. Work 6 days per week PHONE SANDERSON & PORTER Williamsport 2741 or write P.O. Box 66. Wmspt.. Md. CARRIERS For Evening Routes Wanted . Apply Circulation Dept HERALD-MAIL CO. OPPORTUNITY FOR YOUNG MAN This fid is intended for a young man under 25 with at least a high school education. Some training in mechanical drawing or drafting work is required and an aptitude for free hand lettering would be helpful. Actual working experience is desirable but not essential. The job is with one of this section's best- known and most stable firms and offers a. real opportunity to the right man. Good pay Rpir- ular hou\<5. PRINT YOUR REPLY and send to Box 191 c/o Herald-Mail. OLD established firm desires the services of young man with some knowledge of Bookkeeping and Stenography. Splendid opportunity Keply in own hnmlwriting givln'g references to Box 1S5. care of Herald-Mail. RELIABLE PERSON to own and service 5c nut and candy machines No experience required. Will not interfere with present employment. Good income. Investment required. ?275 and up. Give phone and address. Write Box 179 c/o Horald-Mnil. SALESMEN—BUJUI vour <.\\-n shoe business. No investment. Outfit Supplied. Big advance commissions. Latest styles entire family Paragon SHOES. Dept. F57. 716 Colum- bug. Boston. •-. STENOGRAPHERandgeneral office -worker wanted for industrial manufacturing company. Write Box 17<\ care Herald-Mail. Mail in r>wn handwriting. "SVAJS'TED—Single or married man to work on farm by month. Write ^P-ox 16. Chews-vine. Md. WANTED Boiler makers for retubing boilers and pressure vessel work. Only reliable and qualified men need apply. Permanent work. B ESTER -LONG. INC. 439 S. Potomac St. Hclp—-Mjije Frnm 1 _ _ 3 4 COOK — Experienced man or"\vomnn Apply Mftcca Steak House 25 U E Franklin St. Srm;.tioi|.«i— - W n tt t DO YOU .!•> m a I c WANT A BABY SiTTER? Call 12 < fi-J. * ANTED position as receptionist of similar work ;> afternoons a week I'ormer teacher. Some typing experience. \Yriii- Rox 107* rnro of RELIABLE gentleman want? bartender. Write Box U' JlrraM-Mail. c/ , 0 j>p i | ( {,. „ A r,\VT SHOT'.-KxciPllon' location All goo<l quality, salable merchnn- di*<\ Attractive tlisphiy unit." A proposition of out.Mnmfinp merit. n. A. 2nd Na.t'l Hank A MA UK OrPOUTUNITY— in 'i~,M)". national m>w business mnv be yours for nn i|nv.«tmont ns low n* 5-1000. Kxo.hisivft franchise plan protects the owner n gainst all competition. If you nre seeking a real protit-mnUfig opportunity i't will pay you to investigate TRLR- QUIZ. .ihfi amazing new coin -operated Quiz Program. Ft will he demonstrated at tho Hotel Alexander in JIngerstown on March 5 Ask for the Silent Sales .System- display . r 00111 . _ MKAT AND (TROCKlfY TtmV~vTtTi modern equipmem. ilofnc a good business. GKOli REALTY CO 40 Aw Nothing is hard to get if you use *. Wanted to Buy ad. Money io Loan, MorJKjii^e« 4% ASK for particulars about our definite plan and program far financing your home *''''st Federal Savings & Loan AKS'IJ. -3J N. Jonathan St. Tel 1001 LOANS TO FARMERS LONG TERM CREDIT 4% _ for: of farms - refinancing of bulin ePaJr ' ° r construction SHORT TERM CREDIT 4%%—For: Purchase of dairy cow*, farm machinery, feeder cattle, feed, seed, fertilizer. Refinancing of debts, repairs or construction of buildings. FARM CREDIT ADMINISTRATION Pythian Castla BuHdlnr 20 North Court St Frederick. Md. Local Representative: Walter D, Bromley in the office of Henry Holzapfel II] Grice Building. Phone 491 Hagerstown. Maryland Tuesday & Friday 9-12 o'clock Hu»hu'»» n»rt Office Kinitnmeiit 54 RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT Electric Soda Fountains; Upholstered Booths; Lacy Electric Hot Cups; Electric Fudge Warmers: Fryers gas or electric, all sizes; Griddles' electric or gas; Heavy Duty Restaurant Gas Ranges; Electric Direct Beer Box. H. A. WEISS & SON ^25 N. Jonathan St. Tel. 1315-J Farm Equtiimy u t i 1 * ur ? farm wago.. and bed. Will be sold at Milton Snail's Sale _j.ueKday. March 4th. Ttlghmanton Coal and Vl'ood . . 5«A FOR COAL quality and service, call L. E. Kendrick. 121 Buena Vista Ave. Phone 90S-R. JAMISON'S DRY KTNDI/NG WOOD $^ to $10 loads. Phone 410S-J 12 1Q...1. P. m. or after 5 p. m tr L BI T' S ^ in rfir ewood. $2.75 and £ M T, ? a ^' ^mediate delivery. : Call K & S Pinwqpd. 3804. Good ThliiK» To Eat varieties. Wholesale and retail.'' ....^ARTIN'S COLD STORAGE JVllddleburg Pike Phone 4137 Mmtcnl. DaitcinK," Drxiimttca 44 DANCING—1-9 daily. I guarantee to teach every scholar. Strasser's Studio,_2_1_\V. Wash. St. Ph. 698-W Coo An i( A gas stove with baker and broiler oven regulator, light. Also one small size stove. Phone 1349 . CaU. Other Pet« 41 QUADINE your, dog AGAINST falling hair, dandruff scales, ear and carcoptic mange, fleas, lice ringworm, and canker ear. mosquitoes and wood ticks. It works or money refunded. Do as the great kennels do. HOWARD'S OF HAGERSTOWN 5-7-9 E. Baltimore St. Ph 806 --. Ho £?^!l' Cuttle, Other Stock 48 HORSES FOR SALE — DoctoFs ^\ urs f. 9 H.M.G. in foal; French i ' ?/>, M , a '^ oal b ^' side: Sunny Lawn. B.M. 6; Rolling Water G 6 hunter and jumper; Bill, lead pony' Apply Ceo. E. Harris, c/o The Paddock back of race track. Ranson. _" r . Va.. Box 132. FOR SALE—One fine Guernsey cow P. B Tested and Bangs. Earl Talbert. Boonsboro. M^d. Phone Keedys- . vl.lie 22-F-4. HIDING HORSE—4 year old: spot^o", 1 u!et and £° od broke, phone i6a6-J. 1\\0 fresh heifer.s. first and second calf. Vincent McKenna. Ha.gers- towii. Downsville Pike. 4 miles out 2 GOOD YOUNG horses. 5 years old Amos H. Diller. Mason Dixon. pa. 20 PIGS for sale. Apply Albert N. \\erking. Leitersburg Pike. PtiQiie 40S9-F-1.?. » H 1 try n n (I Sii; p pile* 48 ANDREWS CHICKS—Day old and started, flocks state tested Tube agglu. Sexed chicks in all breeds. James Andrews Hatchery. Hagerstown. Md.. RFD No. A. at Middle- gt Phone 1323-J--' A&K FOR THE FUL-O-PEP BOOK" LET which describes in detail the famous FUL-O-PEP RESTRICTED FEEDING PLAN which may help you save up to 30% or more on the cost of feeding your chicks through to maturity. Howard's of Hagerstown. a-?-? E. Baltimore St. Phone MJ6. Delivery Routes in all sec- of the countv BAB1 CHICKS—Day old or started. New Hampshire Red, Barrer' Cro«« white RocX» U.S. approved: pullo- rum passed. Excellent for eggs or broilers. Cumberland Valley Hatchery Maugansviiie. Md. Phone 2952J BABY CHICKS — New "Hampshirl Reds, excellent for broilers. NOW ON SALE, wholesale and retail NEUHAUSER HATCHERIES _-ifi W. Church St. - Tel. 4271, Wanted—Livestock (0 WANTED—Poultry b7 all kinds' Phone -Dale- B. Rohrer 101SJ-2 after 5 p. m. o- Smithsburc- S3. between S a. m. to 5 p. m. Article* Icr Snle Cl ARMY Canvas Covers 5 & 10 Ft • Army Tents S2.?5 and up: Balsa Wood.Rafts $7.50; Rubber Waders 52.50; IT. S. Government Training Rifles $2.50. New York Salvage Co.. 144 Chambers St. New York City. BATHTUB and faucet for sale. 525. Apply Mrs. Ward. cor. Hollywood and York Rd.. TTalfwav. B7N T FED stoker. Reason for selling changing to oil. Apply lO'i Hamilton Blvd. COMPLETE line of Trusses. Abdominal Belts. Supporters of all kinds Crutches, etc. Private fitting room. Lakle's Dr ig Store. 11S W. Wash- ii. i. ton St.. Hagerstown. A Id CHICKEN house. 1R ft.-x 10 ft. Same as ne\v. Apply 21 Conocncheague St. or 200 S. Artizan St.. WJlliams- port. Mil. I"RO efe.ctric pump and tank. Apply 137 N. Artizan St.. Williams-}, Mel. EXPERT MAYTAG SERVICE HAGERSTOWN MAYTAG CO. 106 S. Potomac St PHONE 6G2 FIAUTMAN fast charger, almost new, for sale, cheap. Apply Ams- Ifiy Body Shop. First St. and Guil- _forrl Ave. Phone -5547. HOOVER SALES & SERVICE LETTER BROTHERS n. C. MYERS. 3rd floor. Ph MOVIE CAMERAS—16mm. Electric magazine loading: f.-imous A.V model: H.5 lens; optical view finder. Vnhze $200.—ypectai J45 «Vcces- s,.ry parts. FREE booklet. IGmra. MOVIK F1L^^ at tremendous savings: Kodak Super-X. W«?ton 32. tested, unconditionally gun ran teed' SO-ft. Roll—3Sc: 100-ft. Roll— 1.7r>: 5^-ft. Magazine—SI.75 Double Smm.: 25-ft.—95c. PROCESSING ; r.p ft.—J.'.c; 100 ft.—Si. 00: Smm. -"' ft-—7Sc. Fast delivery. Photo Surplus Sales. Dept. 434. 12 Duane .St.. New York_Cjty. PAIR. OF Giri's white shoe ice skates Size S. Also 2 pine doors .Apply. 644 N. Mulberry. RECONDITIONED Electric Singer Sewing Machine. Repairs & parts. Lincrnnnrf Ave. Ph. 42T.1-W Rl-VD haby carriage 1 . good condition $10; two fif!(>xK; tires & tubes ?10: } sot of 600x1G woccl chains'. practically new, S.',. Phone 20r.O-M.' RICHARD—"The Door IF Open" — here at 643 Potomac Ave.. a used but excellent cond'tion electric portable phonograph and recorder . Price reason able STNI- and wall cabinets made to fit your kitchen. Phone 1753-M 10 A. M. to 4 P. M THERMOS—Vacuum Bottles Pint Size $j 39 Quart Size 52 sh THERMOS—Lunch Kits. STA-KITE—Vacuum Bottles Pint .Si-.o 5 35 Qu^ft Si 7,e SK59 SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO. TWO m'iMJt; living room .suite." with covers, fan be reconditioned: apartment. siz pas stove, ohl stylo: also old timo library tahl«>: all articles very cheap. Apply r>01 W. W'lson ____ VA" A v '-I I \ t ', ni n u h i n eVTe paTFeci part? :inrl wringor rolls .lone." Appliance Sf-rviop. 24 Summit Avo Phone 24 \VESTEMX Electrit- washer and old '2 '".OOD e!o<'tric washing ma<'hfh<?s. floor model rarlio, small table radio, hit-go honirola. No. 1 <'olif>lor. mouth sed;m. 19-1 ft S-ton 'irm-k. .V-l '•onrlitton. ti yoar o!il plow loader -P, pigs. Cat hops. \V. i;. Tumor.' 3 miles south Funk si own on Ko\.!>'!.!:>• ...M.. "__ ' Vj' <*A1.I,dx automatir gas water honfor for salo. ?^>). \\"ils'on's liest.. Ji-.ll-ll.'imnro St. Ph. 414S. !: i-VsfA i; R A N T" STO R K""" FIX TI '1J KS ^^:U Caso ,s p Ottonhrimor. white poroolniii; Jlonvy Duty 7' u-hito. good and cheap; Fish' or Dressed Poultry. '•>' whito porcelain; <7as Steam Tables. 1 ".' largo si?.f; Voge- lablfi Case. Motnl IS', green, now; .btools. all metal. bro\ cushion tops; Dayton Mont Slicor and Stand, cheap; Napkin holder stain- loss steel, like innv; Pop Cooler. 4*. sorvc you, liko. new; Cake Rack 4' cheap, qnlok sale; Platet. all kinds usod in Rostnnrnnt. ArticloF onn be bought choap _P_h.gnf__ ."jftfi7._ l (i 1 _F,._ Frnji k l i_y sf_._ "Se<» your dentist txvice a year" use For Sale Want Ads to Pay the bill. BOTTLED-GAS Ranges with FT- duced "metered" Gas service rates. Immediate Installation. Jones Appliance Service ..24 Sjimmit Ave. Phona 34. IMM^EDIATE DELIVERY Gas ranges, well known make equipped for natural gas. artificial gas or bott'e gas. , J139.50 SHOCKEY'S FURNITURE CO 25-30 Summit Ave. Phont, 120S IMMEDIATE INSTALLATION BOTTLED GAS RANGES MAJESTIC RANGES AND HEATERS LLOYD W. THOMPSON BOONSBORO Phone: Keedysville S5-F-2 NORGE electric refrigerator. For truick sale. SS5. _231 Summit Ave. Maclitnery and Tools 81 ARC WELDERS for the farm and industry, acetylene welding and burning equipment, weldiner rods and supplies. HAGERSTOWN EQUIPMENT CO. Maryland Ave. Phone 3813 CORN OR bale elevator. 20 feet long. Can be driven by electric motor or power take-off. Paul D. Showalter Ph. 5S3-W-11. HARD TO GET Parks 4x12 planer, complete with Icdl.P. motor and base; H and A 4x12 swing cutoff saw complete with -y, F.P. motor aiid_Jia.s-o. Ph. T7S3-M 10 to4p. tn. Rnilto Eqtilpmcnt IMMEDIATE DELIVERY TABLE MODEL RADIOS GENERAL ELECTRIC STROMBERG-CARLSON and BENDIX J27.95 up SHOCKEY FURNITURE CO. 28-30 Summit Ave. Phono 1203 REFINISHED and THOROUGHLY RECONDITIONED PIANOS $59.50 up SHOCKEY'S FURNITURE CO 28-30 Summit Ave. Phone 1203 Seeds, riant*, Flowcrn FARM SEEDS — TESTED FOR YOU R PROTECTION. Alfalfa, Clover. Lespedeza, Blue Grass Timothy, etc. Howard's of Hagerstown. 5-7-D E. Baltimore St. Phone •SOfi for excellent delivery service. Special - the Stores IF YOU ARE TRIM .ING OF BUYING A CHICK BROODER ... see these two first. Sturdy, long lasting. :i and 5 deck electric battery chick brooder. Constructed of strong galvanized steel. These brooders are automatically heat controlled for sure protection of your chicks. •". Deck Size, for a 450 chick cnpac"- ity for only ............... 543.45 S Dec.: Size, for a 750 chick capacity for only .............. J64.45 IF YOU ARE EXPECTING . . to do any concrete work this spring save money with a Vvard PORTABLE ALL STEEL CONCRETE MIXER MONTGOMERY WARD INSULATED SIDING ROOFING We nre now taking orders for Complete Installations on tiiesc items FREE ESTIMATES Get Vn.rri's Quality and be Pure No Down Payment Required MONTGOMERY WARD Phone 36GO SINK AND CABINET C.LK A R A NT E P R f C K A FEW fil>" Sink Cabinets Reduced from S30S to $84,SS. ''pe These Bargains Today MONTGOMERY WARD SPECIAL ON RADIOS 5 TUBE TABLE MODEL in plastic case $29.95 6 TUBE TABLE MODEL in wood cabinet $39.95 6 TUBE CONSOLE MODEL 573.95 6 TUBE TABLE MODEL with record player J54.95 VACUUM CLEANERS TANK TYPE Cleaner, with ' attachment J62.73 UPRIGHT TYPE Cleaner ....$54.05 SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO. _Sjijic>aljj In (he Store* 64 YOU'LL FIND A FULL LINE OF POULTRY SUPPLIES AT SCHINDEL-ROHRER CO. SPECIAL CHICK BROODERS —400 capacity electrically heated and automatically controlled $26.78 MOSBERG RIFLES — 22 caliber Automatic S30.90 Repeater $27.95 For your Hardware and Poultry needs, see our outstanding stock first. SCHINDEL-ROHRER & CO. 26 S. Potomac St. Wniited—To i BUT A CALL to Sam's Exchange will bri „ you the highest cash value f< your used furniture, bric-a- brac, glassware and household goods. Let Sam call on vou now. Phone 1313-W. ALL KINDS of used furniture and household goods. 65-67 W. Franklin St. Telephone 14. ^^ HIGHEST cash prices paid for new and used furniture Forsytbs Stor_age. Mill St. Phong 849-J. WANTED TO BUY—used mangle Phone IS30-.1N. Rooms With Hoard ROOM AND Board at 222 West Side Ave. With private family. Pho/ie 3738-MX. ROOM AND Board. Men only. Ap_ply iSfi N. Mulberry St. Without Board BKTROOM for 2 employe'! persons. Homey, comfortable. Central. Ref- ence required. Phone 1349. BEDROOM, large front, second floor Nicely furnisheo.. centrally located! Gentleman, permanent. Write Box ]f>S c/o Heraid-Mail. LARGE FRONT- rooms furnished. *or adults. Apply 331 W. Washington street. ROE furnished bedroom with private bath. Centrally located. Phone 2582 ONE DO I" RLE room for married .couple. Apply Sho-N'ing Hall. ONE bedroom for t-»nt. Apply 52S W. Howard street. ONE LARGE room with twin beds. Private bath. One block from Square. Call 2652-AV IO LET—A -room with all home privileges with business woman who lives alone. References exchanged. Write Box 184 c/o Herald-Mail. SLEEPING room suitable for one or two. Phone 2.17 S - W. ItooniK for Housekeeping fil) TWO ROOMS furnisTfed for light •housekeeping 3 blocks from Square. Middle aged couple. Write Box IS;; c/o Jjfl raid-Mail Ihifurniinhei App.rtmcntu 74 .FOUR ROOM Apartment. Halfway section. Phone K03-.T. Furnished A parrmc-utu 74A 3 ROOM furnished apt. for elderly couple. Phone 31.al_-W. Place* for Rent 75 BUILDING for rent in Funks town or will divide for storerooms and apartment. Write Box 1ST. care of HeralrJ-Mail. I-OK RENT—Storage rooms, upper and lower floors. Apply 48 W Church street. STORE ROOMS, oflices. storage and manufacturing space for rent. OROH REALTY CO.. 40 Summit Av. es for Rent G ROOM house. Along good road. Electric, plenty of ground. W-ater. 36 miles out. Write Box 1S2 c/o Herald-Mail. Wanted—To Rent 81 MAN AND wife with small baby desire 3 or more rooir apt. or house. Furnished or unfurnished. Excellent references. Phone 2245-J. RESPONSIBLE party desires 4. 5. 6 room unfurnished apt. or house. Urgently ne ded. best ref. given. \VTite Box 177. c-o Herald-Mail. WANTED TO RENT BY —farm, from SO to 125 acres, with electric. One fixed to ship milk. Will furnish own equipment. Good references Write Box 196. care of llernld-Mail. WANTED TO RENT—3 or 4 room unfurnished apartment. No children or pets. Excellent references. Mrs. H. H. McNabb. 14 E. Salisbury St.. Williamsport. Md. Telephone _Wmspt. 279C. WANTED BY ADULTS—3 or 4 room apt., furnished or unfurnished Phone 3S&3-R after 5 p. m. WANTED—By business couple: 2 or r. rooms unfurnished for light housekeeping. No children or pets Write Box 1SS c/r. Herald-Mail. WANTED—Farm, any size. I have equipment and help. L. G. GIttin Ha.gerstown Rt. 4. Md. WANTED—2 or 3 garages for storage. Phone Keedysville 7-F-31. WIDOW l;uiy desires L' or :; room unfurnished apartment. No chil- drcn or P.OJs. Phone 15f>1-R. WILJ, PAY cash for complete furnishings of apartment or house to secure rental. Must be in clean yei-tion. Phono r>-il'»-M. 1!rok«-rs in Ilenl Extnte FOR BEST RESULTS — List your property for sale with-R. A. McCUNE -U2-2nd Nat'l Bank BIdg. Ph. 4 Knrm nml I.ruiil* for Snlc CONSULT THE r INSTATE MART • for up-to-the-minute listings Appears on this page every Tuesday—Thursday—Friday L._ .S SPANGLER AGENCY -'"! y^ 1 '^ Bank_RIdg.__ Phone _3jj_ S- A. NKATl Coarfoss. Brick house, Ivarn. silos, hog pen. On hard road. F'o.vs. April .1st Sll.OOO 11 A. near Mirldleburj? $7500 C. E. WINGER 2j[fi_J ; rj_gor_.Su_ Ph. 2SS3 'J :: A i; 11K farm. Near Sharpsburg pear-h orchard, f. room house, water, electricity. 1 acres mountain land. Call Keedysville 52-F-4 or write Hoy fi.1. Sharnshnrg. Mrl. for Snlo 84 S — Emerson Tntlc Model ...... .... 5.^2 GO FUAXKLTN f-'URXITURE CO. ____ U U r . _Antielnm__St._ _ VANITY FAlR HXRICHKD FLOUli; \Ve now have in stock, with the sruno pood (ni.ility and richness you have enjoyed in the past. That good V nity Vair Knriche.rl Flour. .AfARTIX FKKD .C- IMrf.KMEXT WARDS HAVE ,1U5: ' RECEIVED TRUCK TIRE CHAINS Si^es .... Dutil ~ "i 0x20 7H> x 'Jti f>M x 20 Sizes .... Single 7."0 \ 20 700 x 2« * $:<0 x 20 SOT7TH WIND HEATERS The. famous heater that heats hot in 'JO seconds. All connections ... ........ , .................. S2D.75 A DESIRABLE APT. Khl>. Centrally located. Hardwooc 1 floors, circulating hot water heat, stoker. Insulated, storm windows. Each apt. is moclern. n.ttractivo and beautiful living units In perfect condition. Poss. 1st floor April 1 516.500. A BEAUTIFUL nine room brick with '2. enclose* sleeping oorches. Modern kitchen, hardwood floors, oil heat, garage, owner leaving tosvn. Immerl Poss. A very desirable location. Sl.xOOO. A DUPLEX. 4 rooms and bath. Each unit in good cond. An investment or home. Reduced to.. .. $7850 5 R.M. Frame, electric modern kitchen sink, steam heat. 2^ A. land. Stable, chicken house and other huilclinETs. Drastic reduction in Rrice ."or quick p«lt CARROLL L. BAECHTEL AGENCY ~~iL ( LJ^ n !'•_ ^•in!\_!?'. (J £- P.'I^ILJLJ201 A DU i'LVfX*" Brick'" Apartmen"t",~400 block Summit Avenue. S rooms, bath, first floor. 2 nice apartments with hn«h. second tloor. Can make apartment third door. Stoker heat. Extra, lot. Double garage. . __________ A.MI'i.K fjimls fur mortgage First Ravings .t I.r.nn A?«'n. CITUOME PLA PKD FOG V. Safety first .. . ...... $3. US pa. SF.E fS FIRST FOR ALL YOUR TIRES AND ACCESSARIES MONTGOMERY WARD -._ _ F: I 'N' i A T.i >\V "" - - ..... M [ i'ii rU^lTii rg' 1 *i k e. JridOO. Bungrvlo\v Georgia Ave., .vfjitn. Half ilonhlft brick. $.T?00. Half doubt^ frame. $l!)OU. C. ft'. _ _ _ C L1-: VET, A N L> "~ "A V K~^~De\ ighTfTTT ly nt tractive modern 6 room house, t>r<--war const ructif>n\ hot wafer heat ami garage. Kxce)I»-nt value. SALEM AV)-:. — Attractive, new modern I'npo-Coil house with j cms. beautiful lot, posp. April 1. f.'AS STATION— ('.Tor. location, doing nice business. J7.500. HALFWAY — Substantial 2-story hrick with S spacious rooms, oak floors, bath and central heat, mod- >TII kitchen, a house with chnrm and contentment. Poss April 1, priced to sell. _ N -! { - l*<? WK. 26 N. _Potomac St.' cbxsni.t tfft-; "" UK AT- KSTATF, MART for up-to-the-minute listings Appears on this page every Tu sdav— Thursday — Frirlny L. s. SPANGLER "AGENCY 2nd Nafl. Bank Bldg. Phone 338 for AVON AVi;.—Modern 9 room duplex ft^ATmv a i hs> f u »'"»ce. etc. GROH REALTY CO.. 40 Summit ENGLEWOOD RD.—8 roojn d'weTT Ing", two baths, modern, large lot and garage. • WEST END — Double brick, six rooms each side $4700 LOANS — INSURANCE — BONDS JOHN L. SWAIN AGENCY 20 Summit Ave. Phone 20S9-J FINE COUNTRY HOMES 6 Room Brick, all conveniences, complete slaughter housa and equipment in fins condition SIA acres of land, near town. Possession about April l. 8 Rooni Stone House and other out buildings with 7 acres of land, adjoining a fine stream. 5 miles from town, electricity. Possession July 1. Call Mr. Seibert BREWER & LINDSEY 2nd Nat'l Bank BIdg. Phone 24SI FINE PROPERTIES OAK HILL AVE. — Beautifully located 8 rm. brick home. Ideal for conversion into two apartments. Owner leaving city. S. PROSPECT ST.—Well constructed .nodern dup'ex containing two nve - room apartments. This property has lovely large rooms and is in excellent condition, automatic heat with immediate possession of 1st floor apartment if desired. VISTA ST. — Modern 7 rm. frame home with attached double garage, Stoker and adjoining vacant lot. Reasonably priced Avith immediate possession. EAST AVE—Double brick. 5 rooms, bath and heat on each side. SHERMAN AVE. —HALFWAY— 6 room modern frame, hot water heat. Beautifully i located near .school, shopping and transportation. Call .Mr. Seibert or Mr. Lhulsey BREWER AND LINDSEY Second Nat'l Bank Bids. Ph. 24S1 FOR SALE SIX ROOM HOUSE IN HAMILTON PARK IMMEDIATE POSSESSION Private Party Tel. 4519-R. IF YOU WANT GRACIOUS LIVING IN A NEW AND MODERN HOME DON'T MISS SEEING ONE OF' THESE! A VERY Attractive and Unique Home; Situated on Woodland Way. ->. FINE Home on Highland Way that is bu41t for real comfort, well Insulated. • weatherstripped and with storm sash. THESE TWO ARE READY FOR IMMEDIATE POSSESSION A 5 ROOM Bungalow on Maryland Ave. New and Modern. A 4 ROOM Bungalow on Avon Road. New and Modern. Don't Delay Seeing these Homes inspection by APPOINTMENT ONLY! Do not feel obligated to see or call us about buying or listing HUTSON HETZER AGENCY S. H. Staub. Assoc. 7 Summit Ave. Ph. 129S MADISON AVE. 6-ROOM BRICK, with conveniences. Half of a double. Approved for a G. I. Price J2600.00 BRTCK DUPLEX NORTH END: 3 and 4 room? Price 110.000.00 HOME & BUSINESS PROPERTY MODERN in every way. Hardwood noors. Oil heat. Fireplace, along with basement storeroom. Built for Ethel's Beauty Parlor. Priced to sell. WEST FRANKLIN ST. 9-ROOM- BRICK: Perfect condition. One of the best built properties in the city. Replacement 'cost J16.- 500.00. Priced to sell. HAGERSTOWN REALTY CO. — Realtors — 12 W. Franklin St. Hagerstown. Md. Phone: 156 NORTHERN SUBURBS — Beautiful .modern two bedroom home. Possession April 1 $9390 CLOSE IN—-Large double brick. Has commercial value $12500 CAVETOWN PIKE — 100x200 foot building site $1150 TWO — 50x200 building lots. Bryan Place. Will sell at J1350 WANTED $60^ and J5000 for first mortgages. STROLE REALTY CO. l_7_Summit Ave NORTH-END—Modern S room brick and frame. Hardwood floors, hot air heat Large lot, fruit trees. Built in garage. Can be easily converted into double house. Phone 2134-J, days. PERSONALITY — CHARM— COM FORT BEAUTIFULLY located in North End this modern 6 room brick home is being offered at a price considerably under replacement cost. Completed in Spring of 1941 construction and materials are of the finest quality. Not a large home but comfortable and attractive, a few of the many features are double brick garage, ameslte drive. screened porch, .screens, screen doors, storm windows, insulated. Curtis Silentite. windows, recreation room with Marbelized linoleum floor. laundry. tile bath with shower, panele'd kitchen, pantry, copper plumbing Timken Oil vapor heat. Venetian blinds, all hardwood floors laid over tongue and grooved sub floors, all wiring in wireflex cable. This house is situated on attractive landscaped and shrubbed lot 70'xlSO'. truly designed for comfort, economy and a discriminating purchaser. Call Mr. Lindsey BREWER AND LINDSEY Second Nat'l Bank Bldp. Ph. 24S1 SIX room concrete block house and garage. 14 Beckley avenue. Halfway. Possession March 15. Apply 24 Coffmnn Avenue. AV.—7 room cottage, fireplace. Reduced price. MIPDLEBURf; PIKE—f, rooms and !>ath 1st tloor: 2 rooms 2nd. Newhouse almost finished. MOLLER AV.—S rooms X- bath. 1 acre Rrounrt. garage. Newly painted and papered. HALFWAY—5 rooms .t bath 2 car garage., coal stoker. Near school & transportation. W WASHINGTON ST.—Brick duplex. 4 rooms, hall & bath on each tloor. Slate Roof. Hardwood floors Oil heat. 4 car garage & work shop. ROSE HILL AV.—1st floor garftge * apts. 2nd floor. Large lot. Reasonable. , & CO. "Realtors" 74 W. Washington St. Phone 4423 ' <JpojL 9..»..._.m. to SJJ-^TTU 6 "COM Brick, all con. J3000 Terms R. L. Cook Hagersto • Trust Co! ' ROOM Brick House. Electric and water. Large lot Outbuildings. Fair rondUion. Kmithsburg. Apply Wade _R- ^olfe. Cavpto_wn,_7 to l'2 noon. 7 ROOM Frame ho[ watef~~heat lawn nn<1 fruit. JOHN F BEARD.' 7 ROO.\i~tiiTrigaio\v. bath. fnnia"cF ngartro, 2 miles out S6200 % TAV1CRN — Restaurant. Rooming house. Tavern equipment and some furniture. Poss. April 1st... 52000 M. A, DORSEY Omrr 106 Orjpft BIdg-. Ph. 2774-W r.ot« .or Snip LOTS OF BUILDING LOTS—In .ill sect tons of the <'ity and Suburbs «'honse one now for your New Home. R. A. McCrXE 2nd Nat'l Rank BUIg. !<«<» for Sale CHE\vsvnZE^lK^™N^e-loT-|f THE MORNING HERALD, HAGERSTOWN,.MD. 9 water. SSOO. GROH CO.. 40 Summit 271x106 18838 Sfc CHESTNUT ST.— 50x150. BRYAN PLACE— 55x150. POINT SALEM DRIVE— 7 Lots. 1 Acre each. OXFORD CIRCLE— s Lots. GAYLORD-BROOKS & CO. "Realtors" 74 W, Washington St. Phono 4423 Open 9 a. in. to 3 p. m r, desirable lots on Wilson Blvd., near Frederick St. SS50 each , ., C d R J lOLL ^ BAECHTEL 2nd NarLBank BIdg. Ph. 1201 N T of!cc* ORDER NISI— Garland E. Groh, Mortgagee versus A. Bradley Nave. Mortgagor No. 17.213. In the Circuit Court for Washington County sitting as a Court of Equity. Ordered. By the Clerk of the Circuit Court, this Hth day of February. 1947 that the sales made and reported by Garland E. Groh Mort- gagee, for the sale o,' the real estate In the proceedings of this cause mentioned, be ratified and confirmed unless cause to the contrary be fJm^i! to l £ e , Court on or before the lOth^day of March. 1947 next: Provided, a copy of this order be Inserted in some newspaper published in Washington County, at least once a week for three successive weeks ™1 re the said last mentioned day. The report states the amount of sales to be 5400.00. TRUE COPY—TEST- EDWARD OSWALD. Clerk. NOTICE TO CREDITORS— Estate of NORRIS B. MEREDITH Deceased. " ' Notice is hereby given, That the subscriber has obtained from the Orphans Court of Washington County, Letters of Administration on the estate of Norris B. Meredith late of said county, deceased. All persons having claims against said deceased are hereby warned to ex- hlbit same with the vouchers thereof, legally authenticated, to the subscriber on or before the 28th day of September, next; they may other- K e '« by . Iaw ' be excluded from all ,.P e v fit of said esta te. All persons indebte to .said estate are requested to make immediate payment Given under my hand this 2Sth day of February, A. D 1347 FRANK S. LE1TER. = -_— Administrator. Classified Display I'ulillc Si OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS SATURDAY. MARCH S. 1947 Sale at t:00 P. M. I, the undersigned, will sell on the above date at 16C Main Street Clearspriiig. Maryland, the following: >,K^1 TIQUE 8-DAY J. C. BROWN MANTEL CLOCK, 1 Cogswell chair 1 occasional chair, rockers and .straight chairs. ANTIQUE walnut bureau, 1-^x12 taupe Axminster rug, 1-4x8 American oriental rug ANTIQUE lounge, ANTIQUE acorn poster bed. 1 bed spring, ANTIQUE folding hall rack, pictures, books mirrors. glassware, dishes. ANTIQUE platters (wheat design) vases, ornaments, kitchen utensils' electrical appliances, table and bridge lamps, small tables kitchen table, benches, iron butchering kettle. 2 small stoves, and many other antiques and household items too numerous to mention TERMS: Cash. No goods to be moved until settled for. Auctioneer: Jos. C. Snyder. - LOIS M. MILLER. SLIC SALE MONDAY. -MARCH 3 Sale at 1 O'clock I, the undersigned, am disposing of and will sell at my farm, situated on the Hopewell Road, near Williamsport: 5 HEAD HORSES I Sorrel Mare. 1 Bay Mare. 1 Roan Mare—all three good leaders —1! Mare Colts, corning three years old, unbroken. »' FARMING IMPLEMENTS 1 Brown two-horse wide-tread Wago and Bed. 1 two or four horse wide tread wagon. i.wo sets hay carriers. I fodder shredder, 1 McCormick-Deering corn planter, (good) with fertilizer attachment, 1 three- horse Wiard Barshear Plow (new). 1 two-horse Vulcan Plow. 1 one- horse barshear plow, 1 John Deere mower (new), 1 Case mower, l Oliver 4-shovel cultivator (new). 1 Score-out plow, l double shovel plow, 1 corn coverer, grindstone and 1 se*- steel tractor wheels for H tractor. B ARNESS '4 sets Yankee Fronts (good), 4 new leather collars, lead reins, coupljn" straps, bridles, halters, coupling and carrying straps, plow lines, check reins. 4 fly nets (new), single, double and triple trees, jockey sticks, yokes, spreaders. TERMS: Cash. No goods to be removed until settled for. DAVID 1C CUSHWA. SR. ml. Hoffman. Auctioneer. Shank Bowers, Cl^rk. Tn order to reduce my stock and farm machinery. 1 will sell at Public Auction at my farm. Miller Saw Miii. ta-o miles south of Sharpsburg on Saw Mill Ronrl, on the farm formerly known as the Ed Thomas farm, on THURSDAY. MARCH 6. 1947 Beginning at 11 A. M. Two head of colts—2 sorrel colts, coining 4 years old. Thirty-two head of cattle—6 milk cows. 2 fresh: 3 Inrge bulls, will weigh about .1100 Ibs.: 5 steers; 4 small hulls- 1.4 heifers, 1 ;ind 2 years old. vaccinated and T.B. Tested. Forty head of hogs—24 hog? weighing from 100 to 130 Ibs.: 16 pigs, eight weeks ohl. MACHINERY—2 hoi so wapon and bed; McCormick-Deering corn planter: corn sheller. Four hundred locust posts—50 ynro fence posts, squared; 5000 feet of oak lumber, some 2x4 and some cednr. Six bushels of sapling clover seed. Two milk cans; l closed top Uicket. TERMS: CASH. Nothing removed until settled for. HOWARD JF. CHURCHEY. Atiot.—TF. P. Chnrrhey. Clork—Pierce King. Lunch privileges r^orvpd for Mt Hriar Church of God Missionary MONDAY, MARCH 3, 1947. Classified Display Public Sale PUBLIC SALE CALENDAR Dates of coming sales are listed here. Refer to date and paper list ed below for advertisement of property to be offered. MARTIN, AMOS J. STOCK — EQUIPMENT Sale on March 11, 1947 Adv. appears March S-10 in THE MORNING HERALD POTTER, JOHN W.. Public Sale STOCK & EQUIPMENT TUESDAY, MARCH 4, 1347 Adv. appears Feb. 22 in THE DAILY MAIL and March 1 in _ _ The Morning Herald OF PERSONAL PROPERTY The undersigned will offer at public sale at his home. V- block North of the ycjuare on Main Street, in Leitersburg. Maryland, on SATURDAY. MARCH STH. 1347 1:00 o clock, p. m.. the following: inree pc. overstuffed living room suite 2 occasional chairs, end table, i radio stands, smoking stand. 1 table model radio. 1 battery set radio. -' floor lamps. 2 table lamps, bed and springs, bureau. wardrobe clothes tree, window blinds and cur'••"Ms, heatrola. sewing machine. 3 L-r,°L em - ; rugs 0x12, white porcelain Kitchen range, cabinet model kitchen sink, metal utility cabinet kitchen cabinet, l table and 6 chairs. 50 ii). Ice box electric washing machine, kitchen stool, 3 burner oil itove. small oil heater dishes silverware, lumber, wood. mtdicine ^ht« a ,, g arden tools> chicken coop^. doors and window screens i™' 1 ™™:!™* *rs. >rd. ppta-' to FIERY. S. LUTHER ST OC K—E Q UIP M ENT—D AIR Y Pale Thursday, March 6. 1947 Adv. appears Feb. 26. March 1. and 5. in THE MORNING HERALD SLUG SAL! OF PERSONAL PROPERTY SATURDAY, MARCH S. 1947 Beginning at 11:00 o'clock sharp The undersigned, having sold his farm, will sell on above date there- u situate about 1 mile east of State Line, about 4 miles south of Greencastle, along Ridge Road, the following personal property:— 2 Head of Horses—One bay horse <mra good leader, 14 years old; No. i —bay horse, 11 years old. off-side worker. 15 Head of Cattle—Holsielns and Uuernsfcys, 11 milk cows, fresh ami springers. 3 heifers. 1 hull Registered Holstein. 50 Head of Hogs—Shoats ranging m, . 40 to 100 pounds each. 150 New Hampshire Red hens. 1 year old. Power and Farm Machinery— l H Farrnall tractor. 1% years old in No. 1 condition; Case Model C tractor, good condition; McCormick- Deering 7 ft. disc harrow. 7 ft. Case ilisc harrow; Ne\v Idea manure spreader; Case ensilage cutter. 7 ft.: Dec-ring binder. 5 ft.; McCormick mower; 10 disc Thomas araln drill: .John Deere corn planter: McC-Deer- ing riding corn plow; Oliver walking corn plow; sprayer; orchard sprayer; .r, feet hose: 3 spray guns; potato plow; new 104 Wiard' barshare Plow; double and triple shovel Plows: 60-tooth spike harrow 20- tooth harrow; iG-tooth harrow'Del- linger hammer mill and bagger- bag wagon; bag holder: corn shellcr- corn cracker; wheelbarrow; forks- nay fork; rope and pulleys; butt breast and co\v chains; log chains-' wood saw. Blacksmith Tools—-Vn- vil. vice, fan, drill press. Dairy Equipment — Ri'ghtway milking machine only used one year •i can electric milk cooler, eight 10- gal. cans, strainers, buckets milk cart and stools, lot empty barrels Lots of Butchering Equipment— V, ton electric hoist.'new %-ton chain hoist, 4 sets block and tackles, 50 Ib sausage stutter. 2 gal. stufTer and press?, 1 gal. stuffer and press ° meat grinders, 2 furnaces and kettles 30-gal. each; l kettle furnace small, 2 pair steelyards, scrapers knives. 2 electric motors _ Poultry Supplies—1 electric hover nOO size; 2 Newton coal hover.s b lot or feeders, large and small fountains-, iron troughs, rabbit hutch, G sections, all metal; lot clover seed pv the bushel., potatoes by bushel barley by 10 bushel lots coTn by barrel, huy and fouder and many articles too numerous to mention lotisehold Goods — Homo "Comfort range, extra good; Estate heat- rola, large size, extra good- 2 bedroom suites, one antique: iron bed spring and mattress, sewing machine, chest, kitchen cabinet. S foot extension table, library t.ible 6 high back chairs. 6 kilchen chairs, nine rocking chairs, glider porch swing pots, pans, dishes, curtains, bed spreads, bureau covers. Harness—2 sets Yankee fronts, collars, bridle, check lines flynets lot straps, heavy breast straps Sale to begin nt 11 o'clock TERMS: CASH. No goods to be removed until settled for. ~> „ , ,. H. C. BONDERS. Rtull—Aurtioneer Sellers- A- Hoiio t if.f—Clerks. Merchandise ROTZ BABY CHICKS Live. Lay and Pay Nina standard breeds Sexed pullets and cockerels. Special price on Leghorns and heavy cockerels. All breeders culled and blo> 'l-teste-'. Freo Catalogue anrt Price List RAYMOND S. ROT7 Poultry Farm and Hatchery Box 3F. Fort London. P«_ Phone SL Thomas 137R2I Classified Display Public Sale GROVER F. BURKETT. ' 5L1C SALE J. the undersigned, will sell at y farm on the Cavetnwn piL-» one WEDNESDAY. M atlP \r All the following 5 194? » » « » i truck patch v 3 f J if 0r i S6y Cows—Fresh with calves y tlieir sides. 1 Sow. i spreader; Jic- _ Deei . lnj , corn planter £ tilfzer attachment; mower; hay r ke; hay. ladder; 2 horse wagon- fe S: f harr ? w £ : dlsk: Unless complete for 2 horses; ho* feeders- fountains; double ladders: corn sheller; cutting box: 2000 Ib. track Ax, pap «, r baler ' Westinehouse Chaser fan; and many other articles used on a truck farm. Also some good antiques: 6 chairs- one Empire mahogany sideboard; one Empire mahogany table: one wnat- not. Auct. — Lewis Renner. Clerks — Bowers and Long. c*n ,, leav * the sell at Public Sale on the Leo "Miller t arm. 6 miles South uC Hagerstown ft?" a ^ 1 m . iles , North of Sharps! ijuig. .Md., better known as the Chas. Cortman Farm, on TUESDAY. MARCH 4th. 1347 Beginning at 10:30 o'clock a, m.. the following: 8 HEAD OF HORSES AND COLTS Ranging from 2 to ID-years of age or which 3 are single line leaders. 34 HEAD OF HOLSTEIN AND GUERNSEY CATTLE Five Fresh Cows. Six Springer Cows, balance are in fuli flow of milk. Four Heifers. 5 Bulls, lanre enough for service. This is an extra good lot of cows. T. B. accredited with 3. 4.o percent test. One Nanny Goat. 10 HEAD OF HOGS Four Registered O. I. C. Gilts bred; 1 Registered 0. L C. Male Hog; 3 Chester Gilts, bred: 2 Black Polands 1 sow bred, one Gilt. MACHINERY On* new Ford Tractor with lights' power take of£ pulley and starter.' Cultivators and B. Plows for above Tractor. This Tractor and Equipment have never been used. One' S- ^McCormiclc-Deering Binder good- l McCormick-Deering corn planter practically new: 1 Deering mower: 1 horse rake: 2 grain drills, both Superiors 10-hoe and 10-disc; 1 McCormick-Deering riding cultivator- 1 iNew Idea manure spreader good- 2 wagons. 1 low down with flat bot-^ torn;- l disc harrow: one 20-tooth harrow; 2 sets of IG-ft. hav ladders-i single shovel plows; 3 double sfiovel plows; l International Feed Grinder, good; 1 Overhead Seed Sower i 1 , corn sheller: one 1926 Chevrolet Motor: l saw mandrel: 2 Hay Forks, ropet and pulleys: l Battery fencer, used one month: 1 Electric Clipper-: new; i sheep clippers, forks rhovels. pick. axes. saws, also all hitchings and many other ar- vicles too numerous to mention. HARNESS Complete harness for 9 horses DAIRY EQUIPMENT One General Electric 6-c;.n Cooler used six months; 14 ten-gallon milk cans: 1 McCormick-Deering Separator No. 2: buckets, strainers, etc. One 1337 Chevrolet Stake Bodv Tnick. good: 1 set of chains to fit truck. I will have sale of household goods, butchering equipment, etc March 2Sth. 1347. Terms: Cash. Nothing to be removed until settled for. C. MILTON SHAULL. Eigenbrode & Cavalier. Auct. Bowers & Long. Clerks. Lunch will be served by. the Lad- St. James Brethren Church^ lime to get your oottage for rent art i: the rent ad's. Notices \oticcn Notice* NOTICE The Elmfer Durbin Sale that was to be held February 22nd 0 WAS POSTPONED <> Sale will be held MARCH 6, 1947 at U a. m.. 'S Elmer Durbin JUST RECEIVED DE \VALD CUT-OFF SAW WELDING TORCHES COMPASS SAWS NEW VENTILATING FANS $14.95 Davis Salvage Sales 47 S. Potomac St. MOTIKCF '" • £\!x^-i/ U llv^llj] CITY PARK PRIVILEGES ___, Soaled Lids will i, e received by the City Park Commission for the use or Refreshment Stand season 1947 from April i st to December 1st U4,, Bids must be in by March 31st. 1947. Beer will not be permitted to be sold on the premises. The right 5s reserved to reject anv or all bids or accept any bids which in the judgment of the Board of Park Commissioners is for the best interests of the city. For complete details see secretary, Albert H. Spielman. 302 Frederick St. Snle Public Snlc PUBLIC — MARCH I MONDAY AT 11:00 A.M. r i'v Reid V li " K° J armin & T wil1 SC >1 r '" "bo 10Wn On ro:ui lea d' l >S fi l" on th« Frank Paramount to o'rt^n^ £°[ SCS ~ Roa , n h0rse S yrs - old - S00(1 Barter: black mare 12 M * i « u $ r: M:>rrfil ware. 4 yrs. old. strap worker: grav mare JO old, good offside worker; dapple gray. 7 yrs. old. good o Is id e worker. restin rest in run flow 0 **^ 5 w ' th «Jv^s by side, close springers, milk: 4 yearling heifers, vaccinated: 1 Hereford bull! lo to S Shoats — 30 to 60 pounds, Farming Tmplfinents— Case S foot hinder on rubber tractor or hor<^ n\Yr!"5«^ -r r«k^ , ,?^-n° ,° rne lnow « on rubber: McCormick-Deering side dew OHv% wnik- : C ° r ? pla ?^ r: McCormick-Deering riding corn u. ou\or walking corn plow; Wiarrt 10B plow; 40xx Oliver olow- trin " H Rrtor h ° Uom plmv ' new: nat low down iron , wh«e? wagon^ s. Prune electric fencer, new. block and tackl* * H.irnf-ss— Front g^ars, coUars. bridles ami check lines. on* ?«son^?S l ?Jnrr t T»r Cni \r V!ctor elPrtr!c mi1k cooler, double unit. u.^<l ca«5M*uckits a^ ^ ^ lon "" ik oak *rtn {n onam « l coal or ™°« range, good condition: Porcelain top; heatrola, 4 room size; ten foot china cl °s et ; round Uble drewer; nun^ox^mentiU'. 0 ^^ balcd a!fftlf! '- hay and m.ny otherartlcle. too TERMS: CASH—No goods to be removed until settled for. ROY C. DURBIN AT CT.—ETGENBRODE. CLERKS—FOCKLER & FOCKLER, " '' '

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